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Trudeau government misled Canadians on million-dollar Amazon contract

Justin Trudeau's Minister for Public Works Anita Anand "misled" Canadians about Amazon's contract with the government to dole out medical supplies.

Nico Johnson Montreal, QC
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Justin Trudeau's Minister for Public Works Anita Anand "misled" Canadians about Amazon's contract with the government to dole out medical supplies, according to Blacklock's Reporter.

Anand originally told the public that Amazon was doing this work without making a profit, a claim that her staff admitted "was only partly true."

Moreover, this less-than-true claim was only discovered after Anand's deputy minister splurged out the details of the contract to other MPs. As a result of this, this fact would have been hidden from the Canadian public if it were not for colossal Liberal incompetence.

On April 3, Anand originally said that Amazon was given this government contract because they waived service charges. Speaking to MPs, Anand said that "Amazon is providing these services at cost, without profit."

A few weeks later, however, the Trudeau Liberals admitted that Amazon would only not be making a profit from April 1 to June 30—Amazon, it turns out, would be making $5 million from the Trudeau government.

Another Liberal staffer confirmed as much: "Amazon Canada is offering their assistance during this time of urgent need for no profit until June 30," they said.

"The cost beyond June 30 will be less than Amazon Canada’s standard commercial fees," added the staffer.

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